For over 90 years, CopperPoint has been helping Arizona companies protect what matters most: their businesses and employees. We deliver peace of mind and excellent service to our agents and customers, all while becoming one of the state's most admired companies.
Working at CopperPoint means that you can have an exciting and rewarding career while helping to keep Arizona workers safe. We value your contributions, support your development, and encourage a diverse workforce. Our employees thrive in a challenging, fast-paced environment where being creative, heroic, friendly, and collaborative counts. These core values are the hallmark of our organization.
We're looking for candidates with strong interpersonal and customer service skills in claims, finance, operations, information technology, agency management, human resources, and many other support functions. Our job openings range from new professionals looking to begin their career in a growing industry to experienced employees who can put their expertise to work for one of Arizona's most financially stable, respected companies.
If you think you know insurance, it's time to think again. We invite you to explore:
- CopperPoint's current job openings
- CopperPoint's benefits package
- CopperPoint's headquarters amenities
We provide our employees with a large selection of benefits that help protect employees' health, wealth, and well-being. The benefit plans that CopperPoint offers to our full-time employees include:
- A comprehensive medical plan
- Option dental coverage
- 401(k) retirement plan
- Wellness programs
- Employee fitness center
- Time off program
- Paid holidays and much more!
Our company has been recognized as a Best Places to Work, a Healthiest Employer and one of Arizona's Most Admired Companies!
Equal Opportunity Employer
CopperPoint conducts pre-employment drug and background screening. Employment is subject to and contingent upon satisfactory results.
CopperPoint is an equally opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, sex, religion, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, ancestry or citizenship status, genetic information, pregnancy status or any other characteristic protected by state, federal or local law. CopperPoint maintains a drug-free workplace.
You must consent to the provisions of this Policy in order to submit or make available your Candidate Data to CopperPoint. Providing your personal information is entirely voluntary. However, if you do not consent, or if you decline to submit or make available your Candidate Data, this may limit our ability to consider your candidacy. By making your Candidate Data available, as defined below, you confirm that you have reviewed this Policy and agree that CopperPoint may process your Candidate Data in accordance with this Policy.
You are responsible for the Candidate Data that you provide to CopperPoint and must ensure that it is legal, truthful, accurate and not misleading in any way. You also must ensure that the information you provide does not contain information that is inappropriate, defamatory, infringing on any rights of a third party or otherwise legally actionable by a third party. Before submitting information to CopperPoint related to another person (such as the name and contact information of an employment reference or prior manager), you must ensure that you have given any notice and obtained any required consent.
CopperPoint will process your Candidate Data in accordance with this Policy, unless doing so would conflict with applicable law, in which case applicable law will apply. This Policy does not form part of any employment contract offered to candidates hired by CopperPoint.
Types of Information Covered by this Policy
Your "Candidate Data" is identifiable information that you or others make available to CopperPoint in connection with the recruiting process. CopperPoint may collect Candidate Data directly from you or from third parties, such as in connection with a background/employment check or employment reference, subject to your consent where required by law. Candidate Data may include information about your candidate status, work history, job details, education, compensation, employer feedback, contact information, previous addresses or names, other information provided by you (e.g., a cover letter, CV or resume), references and criminal history where permitted by law.
"Sensitive Candidate Data" is Candidate Data about your nationality, citizenship, race, ethnic origin or criminal history. CopperPoint does not request or consider information about your religion, sexual life or political opinions in connection with recruiting. To the extent the personal information that you provide contains details of your racial or ethnic origin, political opinions or beliefs, religious beliefs, membership in a trade union or political party, physical or mental health or condition, disability, sexual life, commission (or alleged commission) of an offense or related proceedings, job evaluations or educational records, you expressly consent to CopperPoint handling such details for the purposes of your job application.
Collection of Candidate Data
You may submit Candidate Data to CopperPoint electronically through this recruitment website or in paper form. You agree that, in addition to collecting Candidate Data directly from you, CopperPoint may collect Candidate Data from third parties (e.g., from recruiters) in connection with a background/employment check or an employment reference, subject to your consent where required by law, or as permitted by law, from a recruiting or other website.
Processing and Use of Candidate Data
CopperPoint processes Candidate Data for legitimate human resources and business administration purposes. These purposes include identifying and evaluating candidates for CopperPoint positions; recordkeeping related to the hiring process; analyzing the hiring process; and conducting background and reference checks, as permitted by law. In addition, your Candidate Data may be used to comply with CopperPoint’s legal, regulatory and corporate governance requirements. "Processing" refers to action performed on Candidate Data, such as collecting, recording, organizing, storing, transferring, modifying, using, disclosing, or deleting such data. If you become an employee of CopperPoint, your Candidate Data will become part of your file and be used for other employment-related purposes, consistent with CopperPoint’s employee data policies.
Retention of Candidate Data
In addition to using your Candidate Data for the position for which you have applied, CopperPoint may retain and use your Candidate Data to consider you for other positions. If you do not want to be considered for other positions or would like to have your Candidate Data removed, you may contact CopperPoint as described under "Contacting Us" below. Unless we are required to retain your Candidate Data for legal reasons or in connection with employment as described above, we may delete your Candidate Data at any time, for any reason.
Sharing Candidate Data with Third Parties
CopperPoint may transfer Candidate Data to external third-party providers that perform services for CopperPoint, such as human resources service providers. CopperPoint requires service providers that process Candidate Data to undertake security measures consistent with the protections described in this Policy. CopperPoint also may be required to disclose certain Candidate Data to other third parties as required by law, to protect CopperPoint’s legal rights, or when the health or safety of a candidate or other individual may be endangered.
Your Sensitive Candidate Data
CopperPoint may perform background and criminal checks in connection with your application for employment, where permitted by law, and may process other Sensitive Candidate Data, such as citizenship or nationality information or health information, if relevant for a position and permitted by law. If CopperPoint intends to collect Sensitive Personal Data from third parties, you will be given notice and an opportunity to consent. If you have a disability and would like CopperPoint to consider a job accommodation or adjustment, you may provide that information during the recruitment process. To the extent you make such information available to CopperPoint, you consent to CopperPoint processing such information as part of the recruitment process, in accordance with this Policy.
CopperPoint takes technical and organizational measures designed to protect the integrity, confidentiality, security and availability of your Candidate Data, and to comply with applicable legal requirements for information security. CopperPoint limits access to internal systems that hold Candidate Data to individuals who need access for legitimate business purposes.
Access to Your Information
CopperPoint will give you access to the Candidate Data that CopperPoint holds to the extent required by law. You may request correction or deletion of your Candidate Data, except where retention is required by law or in the context of a legal dispute. If access, correction or deletion is denied, CopperPoint will communicate the reason for the denial to you.
Changes to this Policy
CopperPoint reserves the right to modify this Policy, and any changes will be effective immediately upon posting to CopperPoint websites. If you submit additional Candidate Data or ask to be considered for a position with CopperPoint after the effective date of a Policy change, your Candidate Data will be handled in accordance with the Policy in effect at that time. You can determine when this Policy was last revised by referring to the "Revised" section at the bottom of the Policy.
You may withdraw your consent to the processing of your Candidate Data or submit inquiries, complaints and/or objections to the processing of your Candidate Data by sending a request in writing to CopperPoint Human Resources, 3030 N. 3rd St., Phoenix, AZ 85012, or by email to email@example.com. The processes described in this Policy are in addition to any other remedies and/or dispute resolution processes that are available under applicable law.